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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Iting DOE HERALD CO., LTD. ^'AUSTIN, Editor and Mantfer. f JblittAN, Stipt. ot Job Department. ' SUBSCRIPTION ,-ltt Atlvanou >*Wls a $1.30 a year $2.00 a year �ty: ADVERTISING; JlPer Month - S.1.00 Per Inoh OUR POINT OF VIEW The registration ot University grad bo bccomo bad" by running Ihd Stlteei hi night, lounging around pool rooms bowling Alleys, livery stable* ami (hops pf otto kind or another, where nro congregated men whom habits And language, hnvo a decidedly evil influence upon the .youthful mind. Idvon In our own city If parents kept a closer interest In their boys there would be fewer truants, fewer rumor* of petty theft, less fault found with public, school teachers vho find it impossible to imparl, useful ami .strengthening education to pupils whose minds too oftets are snturut ed with evil thoughts, derived from evil stories llv\v have heanl or itjad or from Immoral pictures. 'Phe proposed .luvenilo lX-llniments Art deals with the Imd boy problem after .fudge I.indwey's fashion, to a huge evtenl. The old way tn-ide bad boy worse. i:nder this Art. provision is mntle for his cure liiut he THE BASEBALL GAME. The Brat game it) the afternoon was a buaebull watch tat ween Cluresliolni and the local team. Neither team had had inucU chance to practice and at a r�*ult the pluy at times was somewhat rocky, although route exoelleut work was doue by both teams. The feature of the game waa the balling of V*me of the viaitom, who knocked out a home and two three-baggers in four times up. shewing our groat possibilities as Canadians. In conclusion he s a Id1. "Our natural Resources nt\> Svonder-ful. Wo have the grandest ' moun \nve a voice in educational matters to register ond hove o, voico In tho first eonvocnt Ion. The Senate should lie representee of all parts of tho province, and of nil branches of education. Two or throe oT our local graduates should take the matter in hand and seenie the registration of those qualified in this Lcthbrldgo district. f0il"edt)tttkeadvautagoof oppor-, wlmt thi?,. nm! � Meilu.,IM, ,,,. w, niW, nnlMrnl ^ tunitica that skilled ball-players1 would simp at. On the other hand the locals let nothing go by and practiciilly won because of their knowledge of the game* As the boon was close until the j��tjCwk ftftt!r wtllllg ,,, Mng ,,. utmiitf tho crowd waa kept inter- _ , ' ,,,.�,,, ,hn eated Umpire Manzie of Calgary.'|T�^ XoJ^ ^"'.^ . was an impartial umpire. The player* were: or crcc.1, ns long ns they will work |at the flat nnd you have wind hei-e. to develop the country. We enn as-jit is prairie country in both places sinvilntolhc foreigner and mnke a 'and they boll) nro In Soul hern port good Canncltan of Mm." ,ot Alberta. .1 1'. Mnreollus. M.l'.l'.. 1'lncher j Thus, nil those points mv very similar in results. You have a Inrgo numl>er of school children, so have we. For thoso reasons and ninny others n friendly feeling exists be- Skeitn & camels LETHntUDGK, ALTA. Heal Ettatt, Iniuranct, Central Agtnti, Auditors Mngrnth's incorporation ns n town is to go Into effect on duly 1st. The munticr of towns In the I.ethbridge district Is Increasing rapidly. We now have KayiiKiud, nnd if Pave ton wil^ permit us to Include Cnrdxton. and in n short tinu-Magrnth and Tuber will be added to the list. occasion said to the toast Sunny Southern Alberta: "It gives 1110 Clarealiolm -North c t Purr � 8rcftt pleasure, to be present Cn the |twc*n l.othbridge nnd Mmllclne Hat. 8. S.' Ross C. I Wailliuiiikker lb^ Soulher� Alberta. Alln-rta is really I those, we are looking for. hut the Wii'kinson 2b (iutts V. ..'.tlm liost gum of Canada. The time!two places are fnr enough apart Holds 151) ' " that I enme hei� some IP jean* ago, for both of them to become large Lethbridge- Bailev 2b Nichol I1 1,141 not ,,ttV0 l,luvh fu,th tot 11,0 c'l,,'* Theiv will always in' n friend-� /�0-�A_C .,-|firH, fow yeni.g.m Allwrtn, but to- ly rivalry between tho,two cities but soii.Tt-nninb.. itae,"'-'. Honk7"Tb!i1"!1*81 , We ; and iib.. Green, Hb. and a. s.. Bar-l�."-v / , ., , , ......, , , Ei. jber.'a s. and p., Peterson, c. f..|sho lfl and wl" ��- the gem oi Canada , in v. v. v it : Keimy. r. f.. Gallivati 1 f ll^thbrldg� was a very small place the tnsk of Tlie Score by itinillffS ' ""^ ' 1,111 t)' i > i > i  How these celebrations make one feel good I They are worth the price. Ixsthbrldgo with such a send-off as it got yesterday should make greater progress than ever this year. Nothing improves the looks of a city more thnn well-kept garden plots. Smooth lawn relieved by carefully kept liower Unls-are tt am full of faith. 1 think that it will be n benefit to both of us. Conybeare. K.C.. fell responding to Mayor and he made it capital : speech in doing so. Jn purl his re - i were: i ust say that I think we could | II 0 0 1 * '� 0 4 () l*llm> comlM)80'' *>fW>� "sl could: not have had any more appropriate J 0 " (not have done U'lter than to hnvo!person to propose the toast of this | '.lohn 1'. Mareellus propos? the toast city than Mayor Cousins of Medicine! [�to Sunny Southern Albertu. Ho! Hat. The association between the. The Raynond Band presents iU)oks the'iwrt. the typo of our ng -'two cities has always been very: NOTES. pleasure to the owner ami a distinct . a flue appMir..nce with their UUI- i rlculturist who has hel,^l to build close, tloth places were raised to benefit to the city. _ A back-yar.1. | forms. Their music is something1 �l\ Alberta. 1 will m>t Dimk on the rank of cities ,, the same day. showing from the street past the side Ivyoml the nrdiuury. too. Now all together to keep tho ball rolling. Kveryonc for l^thbridgc. 1 of the house, relieved of its tin cans 1 I and ash-heaps nnd made into a prof- subject tonight, us 1 wus only np- Thus the cities are twins. If there __ prised of the fact i^bout four o'clock i� any rivalry between us let it Ih- Owinir to the fart tl.nt our �vn� i,his "V��'''K un,i lwt�ivn then and of mild form and not Jealousy, but .l�Ti^i:^JiC:'no� l have 1md other attraitions. the rivalry of amicable working Our Insurance Department WE REPRESENT: The Canada Lift) Auuranc* Company. The Yorkahire Fire Inaurancc Company -of York, England. The Accident and Guarantee Company of Canada. The American Surety Company of New York. The Boiler Inspection and Insurance Co. The New York Plate Olaaa Inaurancc Co. WE ISSUE CORPORATE 4V FIDELITY|BONDS. nl- The Honrd of Trade paid a deserved tribute to its President, C. V. V. Conybeare, K.C.. when it n-elecled him unanimously to the chair Tho uresident is energetic in his efforts to further the interests ot itnble vegetable garden makes the 0 ttitllC Uiuchiue broke down to-dav �.nli l�r�l*rty much more vnlual.le thnn we oblitfed to hold over tlli!,lul 1 11 Inater excuse than together for one eml. Then' is more ""'.heeos. �...W. '.IL^S^^^U^t^- ^jwork we can .....working for the - I of the banqnot amf some of the.10"1 11 *^T� *�� cap- development ,f Alberta  ,. ,, , ,, , a,T.,, -alb of addressing you thao I am,! It has l>een said that you can de- The Canadian I luh of loronto ISportS. 1^ ^ { ^ oM.\Htroy eHlm, so lo,s ns you have never placed the ban on a distmguish ' p lmrHlnontnHun , |im> Mr (;. ;lhl. comitry lho ,.iti0(j w,, s,ring ed m.111 until the other day when it T|k, tne wus. ,h�t mag-members miiRt buckle to tho work otlg.ven wns that he had taken the �ode |() K,vl ,hpm n ,mnf| n|11H.liraniv> nssicting the president ami other of-j of the lloeis. If the club clings '"!thm, wj, ,h, |>w ,.oU flcinls. Theiv is not enough interest | its present views it cannot expect to taken lit the Hoard of Trade, llppor- j entertain such a distinguished 1111111 | tj,,. |,u|jos (lf gt tunitics are coming our way every of letters as Coldwin Smith. If it )m,i n week and they are allowed 10 puss !�ere to heir so close to the line it lgn,,,jH ,,,| ,,., r,.,v.i|Jts |w>. Monica's Ouild niftcent parade of school children. |�' Ithbridgp Jo have ,h" *nr>- "f All-rla's g-vatness | because the fcrent majority of lhejMouid not entertain lion. Hothu, '�o-||nj� ,|,,ut $i:,H business men of the city seemingly , cause he had fought against the take no interest in the efforts that I HritIsh. even though he is now Prem-may bo put forth to seize them, l'.v-! ier of .1 Hritish Colony. Again, if ery man who hus business intei\*ts in aright, this club has ". *'" ."'T1 "' lm? "",,s- j other great resource. They come to ...... ... � .rj w� 1 m 1. �'H ""'I bunting nnd pa nted signs ,s ..,,, tll t' 1.1*1 a� demo- Aml 1 " te> 1,01 "mkre streamers .1..........^......1 n_:.............._____u.. , city improve busiiii'K:euple, a people possessing no i iiiipro\eiiicitts in our lire protection inherited hue for war and its liane-s.vstelli to reduce this danger'' f,i| effects. ~- iAthhl'idv' 'an never >;el iln insurance rute down lo the twenty-He cent bns;s us long as thes. blow. A paper t hut has Uvii jwi enemy of \ ff> {uH of hoiH% ,,^t>y af0 ,(( winds110" 1','""k U|1V"'' from u,e u"'v hu j invest their money and all the money tool; a sent in thwTiomlnion Cabinet ,,ho j^nijcn, ,i|j ienli lhw)1, Tjlt.v is the Toronto News, but it is now | nru fl|11 of fulth Jn Uu, cl(v 0u,. forced to udniit that Mr. Oliver is' i the sunslrino of HriLuin's monarchy, i put up by the Two Mars, the Motor \\,. i^.ijevo that they will nnd hure|,m,t Car Co. and tho I torn Id. Tim city's !jlmt us grt,nl |ii>eity in every par- j Iblg stivumer nt the corner of Ued-^jeuuir as thut found in tlie glorious^ repulili.. IVo U'lloie thut thejr will j help us to buikl up u unite4 rotin- ; try, to build up tho work e - j cause his sulury suffered n slicing to i the extent of $50U per year. Cornelius lliel.ert says he is going to remain in provinuial politics which being inler:.r>'ted iikmik thnt 1he jnemler for Hosebud hus decided that lie is the Moses to leud the Conservatives out of tin* wildorness in Alberta, lloliertson has failed to make gooil. The Soulier Preo Press is now odit-( proud of it; I have 'served with good men, I havu nervod with men in whoso opinion you We will shortly bo able to audit yovr | books* issue your monthly accounts, make your collections, AND WE W1*L DO IT SATISFACTORILY. It will pay you to have us look alter your ac- counts. v. Ileumii who came to the aid of tho city, vi/.., W. H Cross, of ICdl�>nton Attorney General, maintained that a city once incorporated would grow much faster thun if It were left a j Ami to build it ns fast as they can. town. 1 do not think there is a manlXew railways they tell us will come in thut l-'gislaluru to-day who would j Ami things in the city will hum. give his opinion, that it woe u nvlB-:>i0 tlia. of have Ijecn the toast after his preliminary re marks, spoke of the resources nnd will grow wealthy C. A. Magrath who also replied to j And none need bo .gloomy or glum. advancement of Sunny Houthorn Al- j berta, sals: "As early as 27y ears I ago, within a short distance of the j MuyiiH.nd Sugar Factory. I saw | i buffalo js'iicefuliy grazing. On that We'll soon all lie millionaires grown j 1 And have private cars of our own. I' XKW DAYTON". The Calgary Herald's mind is con- Aemilius. 'l�m. Too many children are allowed iulatt>d upon their progress of men who are paid to*look after tho city's welfare." After disclaiming any attempt at tinuully on CorneUW- Cornelius llio-j�^i�g a sj^ch, the,.�*-bert we p,esum�-foT the other day'l'"""1 fhft "(> nt l�t luteal u� the ucfS,while in twit* ti%mlm> h ruim froire 19 to 20. In I'aiuttiM girt, front 120 lo l,U btj�M� i>t% ��, (Mil to give back to the iami miimltiin'g we take from it, w� trill vKlmuui our laml tut others have dam," Mr. Magrath quoted from Mr. Hill's speech nt In old Dayton, Ohio, intorost In Xew Dayton is increasing and a good deal of land will Imi sold this year. (1. X. Hunter left for Dayton, Ohio on Tuesday night, a A meeting was held in ICdinonton this week to orgunlze an association of County of Hrui-e Old Hoys and Old Girls. 1 am interested in learn- ing tne resuit of the scheme. Old the , Hoys Associations Oro a success whor Mnnwota Htate, showing tho grant ovw ti.ey have been formed. But I increase of population in the Unltotl States which wl 1,1 mean a great overflow into Canada. In a happy speech Mayor Cousins "of Mtdieint Mat pro^ewU th* teajtt would like to hu ve a good look at tho person who had tho nervo to try to drum up members for nn Old Oirls Association. - Edmonton Saturday JJewe. Your business relations with us will \ be satisfactory. This we guarantee. YOU WILL KEEP ON DEALING WITH THE FIRM. ;